The first Mountaineering Village in the DOLOMITES
Lungiarü, in the Puez-Odle nature park

Do you know about the Mountaineering Villages? They are an international network of towns, villages and hamlets which merit this name for their natural beauty, their integration with the mountains, their distance from mass tourism, including in tourist facility terms, and the many, almost infinite, excursions available to guests. At the gateway to the Puez Odle nature park, Longiarù, a San Martino hamlet, was made first Mountaineering Village in the Dolomites in this UNESCO natural world heritage site, this summer. If you are looking for nature and naturalness, the most authentic mountains and daily work to safeguard them and a wide range of excursions to dairies and Dolomite peaks, with a friendly reception when you return in the evenings, Longiarù is the ideal place for you and your family’s holidays.

The Alpine Convention becomes a lived reality
Mountaineering Villages

As an international European and Alpine state legal contract, the Alpine Convention is a sustainable Alpine development agreement guaranteeing protection of the Alpine environment.

The Alpine Association’s Mountaineering Villages thereby meet in full the aims of the Alpine Convention, a treaty which commits signatories to sustainable development throughout the Alpine region.

Official page Mountaineering villages
Open: 01.05.2019 - 30.04.2022
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